The Kindle Oasis is Amazon’s thinnest and lightest e-reader ever, measuring 3.4 millimeters at its slimmest point and weighing just 4.3 ounces, making it 20 percent lighter than any other Kindle.
It also comes up with the latest-generation Paperwhite six-inch touch-screen display. The new Kindle is gorgeous on the eyes but a little high on the pocket according to TTIG computer specialist. The folks behind the scenes at Amazon completely remodeled its front light features to present 60 percent more LEDs and ameliorated equability. This is also due in part to a compact backlight, so even when the lights are off, you will still be able to read. Although it is the lightest Kindle in history, the 4GB of built-in storage is capable of storing thousands of e-books.
Amazon took complaints of previous Kindle’s seriously, and the left side of the Kindle was redesigned so that the left side is slightly thicker than the right.
For those who dislike the conventional style of learning, the Amazon Kindle Oasis also comes with a landscape mode. This addition will allow the reader to position their device perpendicular.
But wait, there is more. The new state-of-the-art leather charging cover that sticks magnetically to the Kindle allows for the battery to last months. For instance, without the cover, the battery will last up to two weeks on its own, but it will go on for nine weeks when integrated with the cover. The regular Kindle starts at $290, and if you add a Wi-fi package, it should cost approximately $360.00.